Did you forget to paste the review in, or are you doing a thing?
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I think he's doing a thing. After all, just how many words do you think Vox Day's worth?
It's in case you drop a chapter five on the floor. You'll have a spare one to use.
... How Discordian.
Well this sequence works : https://oeis.org/A123731
Hugo Award nominated editor Vox Day at the top of his game there.
When one 'Chapter Five' just isn't enough.
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Beale seems to be busy stuffing ballots as usual as FOURTEEN five star reviews were submitted for the work on a single day: http://www.amazon.com/SJWs-Always-Lie-Taking-Thought-ebook/product-reviews/B014GMBUR4/ref=cm_cr_dp_see_all_btm?ie=UTF8&showViewpoints=1&sortBy=bySubmissionDateDescending
Buy one chapter five, get another one free.
It was originally just going to be the Debord quote.
But what do you do if you really wanted a Chapter 4?
There's at least one commenter on Vox's blog who admits to having given it a review before reading it.
Perhaps he's making a stab at ergodic literature. We're supposed to read the book with the first chapter five, then again with the second, and develop the potential oppositions between the two readings.
Doesn't matter. Of course he'll send his blog groupies to Amazon to fawn over the book. Most thinking readers know Amazon reviews aren't to be taken seriously, generally.
So, were you sent a review copy or did you purchase it yourself?Don't think an answer either way is going to bias your fine Shark Sandwich-esque level of economy, and I'm not judging you if you did buy it, but I'm more intrigued with Day's world view if he sent you a copy.
He didn't send me a copy, nor did I give him any money.
I think "ergotic literature" would be nearer the truth.
Personally, I LOVED Phil's new book on the Capaldi era. Especially his essay on why Into the Dalek is a metaphor for Vox Day (poor Rusty!). I mean, no, I haven't read it yet, mostly because he hasn't written it. But I'm prepared to rate it 5/5 stars on Amazon!
You joke, but I really have read erotic literature with multiple chapters of the same numbering. Amateur editing at its finest.
Dude, "ergotic". As in, hallucinatory material derived from fungus. I don't think there's any circumstance under which I could consider Vox Day's writing erotic. I'm not a masochist.I'd also just like to note for the record that the failure to adequately copy-edit the contents page of his own self-published magnum opus must surely be the final damning evidence against any suggestion that Vox Day is some kind of mastermind.
"I'd also just like to note for the record that the failure to adequately copy-edit the contents page of his own self-published magnum opus must surely be the final damning evidence against any suggestion that Vox Day is some kind of mastermind."Bang on. It's a novice's mistake.
Yeah, but we've all done it.
I was continuing the procedure of decaying the word "ergodic" that you started.That said, having read a staggering amount of erotic literature, I'm almost positive it's of generally better quality than Vox Day's output.
I've always found chapter 5's more absorbent. Chapter 4's are always like that slightly shiny paper they used to have in school bathrooms. Useful to have more chapter 5's then; very thoughtful of him.
"Yeah, but we've all done it."Yeah, but most of us haven't spent months beforehand telling anyone who'll listen what a fucking stealthy ninja master we are. That's what makes the pratfall so delicious.
Out of curiosity, Phil, do you have a truth criterion?